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ILAs – government responds to criticisms


The government's response to the Education Select Committee's report on the ILAs is available on the Parliament website.

It includes a statement of the refusal to compensate training providers ruined by the scheme:
"The Department has received some representations from providers for compensation for losses they feel have been incurred by the need to close the programme immediately on 23 November, just two weeks earlier than planned. We have listened to those representations and carefully considered the views of the Select Committee and, whilst the Department does of course sympathise with the position of learning providers, we cannot agree that the Department should compensate them because of the closure of the ILA programme. ILAs were successful in encouraging new learning and brought new business to learning providers and the extent to which organisations made business decisions around ILA participation is something each organisation determined for itself."


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